…gain employee insight

Sweetman, Paul
September 2008
People Management;9/18/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p59
The article discusses practical steps that employers can take to redress the balance and start harnessing employee insight. The first step is to prioritise the employee group or groups human resource personnel most need insight on. It is important to know what is needed from the target audience in support of business goals. Gaining insight does not require elaborate infrastructure and slots can be secured in existing team meetings, adding extra questions to established surveys or harness employee forums.


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